Christianity Today is an Evangelical Christian periodical based in Carol Stream, Illinois. It is the flagship publication of its parent company Christianity Today International, claiming circulation figures of 140,000 and readership of 290,000. The founder, Billy Graham, stated that he wanted to "plant the evangelical flag in the middle-of-the-road, taking the conservative theological position but a definite liberal approach to social problems".Famous evangelist Billy Graham started the magazine in 1956 as counter-point to The Christian Century, the predominant independent periodical of mainline Protestantism, and as a way to bring the evangelical Christian community together. Its first editor was Carl F. H. Henry.
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CAROL STREAM, Ill. ,June 12, 2012 -- Christianity Today announces the debut of the redesigned ChristianityToday. com, the website for Christianity Today magazine, with new features and a clean, fresh look. The new website boasts a simpler. . .
CNN host Zoraida Sambolin managed to get on the wrong side of Samuel Wurzelbacher -- the man formerly known as "Joe the Plumber" who is now a Republican nominee for Congress -- on Thursday's "Early Start. ".
Samuel Wurzelbacher, more commonly known as "Joe the Plumber" from the 2008 presidential campaign, appeared on CNN Thursday morning following his GOP primary victory in Ohio's 9th Congressional District, in an interview that turned contentious over his qualifications and past comments about gays.
By Lou Ann Sabatier “In the last decade, Christianity Today International moved the needle for online revenue from zero to 40% contribution to gross corporate revenues. ” An Interview with Cory Whitehead, Director of Brand & Digital Marketing,. . .
Ben Smith and Alexander Burns have a piece up today about the position that potential presidential aspirant Jon Huntsman finds himself today, namely, "a politically bizarre and legally tricky two-month limbo. ".